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Whirled Peas: Big dog easy to love, hard to say goodbye to

By Dennis Carlson Those of you who read Whirled Peas in the Richmond News know that Darwin is our family cat. Darwin, my wife – the Lovely and Talented Mrs.…

RHS senior signs to play soccer at Wentworth

By David Knopf/Richmond News It’s rare when a college signing photo appears in the Richmond News for a sport not played at the high school. But it’s what happened recently…

Pat’s Pantry: 10 minutes from kitchen to table

By Pat Mills Save these recipes, so when you have a very short time to get dinner on the table the family will be impressed.  The kids will love these…

Postcards: Back then, city gym was Kirkpatrick Auditorium

By Linda Emley On Saturday, March 23, I spent the day at the Richmond City Hall gym. Ray County Historical Society had a booth at the Richmond Chamber of Commerce…

Koerlin, Layman to wed June 14

Bob and Sheila Koerlin of Rapid City, S.D. and John and Shari Layman of Lake Norden, S.D. announce the engagement of Marissa Koerlin to Matthew Layman. Grandparents of the groom…

Anderson, Mattson to wed June 22

Mrs. Neil Anderson of Savannah announces the engagement of her daughter, Melissa Danielle Anderson to Jacob Ryan Mattson.  Melissa is a Northwest Missouri State University graduate and teacher at South…

Two Hadacol box tops and we were in like Flynn when the big stars came to town

By Jack Hackley The Hadacol Caravan was coming to Riverside Stadium, a race track in North Kansas City.  My buddies and I immediately headed to MacKay Drug Store to get…

Bob Walkenhorst: Combining music & family

Jo’s Jottings: After all this food I’m going to need to increase my exercising

By Jo Ellen Dale Kiwanis Club held a regular meeting March 12 at the 19th Hole.  A new member, Joy Story, sponsored by Jerry McCarter, was inducted into the club. …

Postcards: ‘The Living Lord’s Supper’ at the Farris brings back sweet family memories

By Linda Emley On March 22 and 23, the Ray County Community Arts Association will present “The Living Lord’s Supper” on the stage of the Farris Theater. It’s a five-act…